Documents and Forms
Following are a number of documents that you may find useful for your apartment tenancy.
- Upon moving into an apartment, residents should always carefully itemize the cleanliness and condition of all rooms, furnishings, appliances, flooring, etc. Take pictures as well! This form can be used for any apartment, but a landlord may complete this assessment for you. It is then up to you as the resident to verify the information, sign the form, and provide a copy to your landlord. This serves as an official record of the condition of your apartment at move in. When you move out at the end of your lease, you may be responsible for damages or cleaning issues that are otherwise not reflected on your initial Apartment Condition Report. Remember, it is the tenant's responsibility to leave the apartment in the condition in which they received it.
- We ask that students complete this form in our office. If students are unable to do so, a copy can be downloaded here; completed forms must be physically delivered/mailed to our office. Please see the Deposits page for more information.
- As you search for apartments, it is a good idea to consider all factors that may affect your tenancy and lease. This checklist will help you compare potential properties on factors such as fees/costs (other than rent), amenities, utilities, etc.
- Blank lease copies are always available online for you to review.
- If you need a copy of your individual lease, one can be downloaded through the Campus Living website (through Checkmarq). We encourage students to save a copy at the time they complete the lease signing, but students can always return to the Campus Living website and proceed through the lease signing steps to retrieve a copy.
- 2019-2020 Campus Town / Gilman / Frenn / McCabe lease
- 2019-2020 Marq Lease